I've never documented my projects this way before and don't really know where to begin so I'll try to interview myself. Why not? :)
So what is the Hipp happ?
Hipp happ is a haptic bracelet gizmo for telling time and helping with Pomodoros. You'll wear it on your wrist and it will tell you what time it is or when you have finished a Pomodoro by "tapping" you lightly. There will be no display or leds: just a motor for the haptic feedback.
That sounds fun but a little superfluous. Why are you making this?
Mainly for educating myself. I want more experience designing circuits and laying out a PCB and I think the Hipp happ has a small enough scope for me to actually complete.
When did you get the idea?
This night actually so I haven't given it much thought yet. I just have a rough idea of what it is I want to build. The first working version will probably just be a Pomodoro timer that you will wear on your wrist.
Can you tell me something more?
Not right now, but I will share some links to parts I think about using, learning resources and similar projects that works as an inspiration to me. Those links are probably more interesting for me than they are for you, though. :)